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    American girl doll size chef hat and apron

    I made about 25 of these sets in all different fabrics...30's prints..just love them...
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    Very cute.
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    Very neat & pretty! You do a great job!

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    do you sell them? PM me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snownannie View Post
    do you sell them? PM me.

    I just pm'ed you ....

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    They look very nice. You must sell them.

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    Sew cute!!!

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    very nice !!!
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    Absolutely adorable.

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    These are so adorable.

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    Is there a group for lady's that make the American Girl clothes? If so would love to join. I've seen at least 4 mentions of the clothes just since I logged on. Even tho I have moved from Ill to Mt and don't have access to craft fairs I still find myself making new outfits for my dolls. They become an addiction after a while lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy Osterby View Post
    Is there a group for lady's that make the American Girl clothes? If so would love to join. I've seen at least 4 mentions of the clothes just since I logged on. Even tho I have moved from Ill to Mt and don't have access to craft fairs I still find myself making new outfits for my dolls. They become an addiction after a while lol.
    I don't know of any group

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    PM me, too! These are so cute.
    Happy Quilting.

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    You have been a busy little bee. I love all the items you made for the American Girl. Isn't it ridiculous the price that any of the items are sold for in the American Girl shops?
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    Your aprons are cute!! Does anyone know of a source for buying American Girl Doll - shoes and accessories - inexpensively? I like to make clothes as gifts for my granddaughters - but would be nice to add shoes and such!!
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    AG doll accessories

    Quote Originally Posted by raspberryparade09 View Post
    Your aprons are cute!! Does anyone know of a source for buying American Girl Doll - shoes and accessories - inexpensively? I like to make clothes as gifts for my granddaughters - but would be nice to add shoes and such!!
    Here is a link to make a HOBO bag for AG dolls...and print real fake money...The money is so cute. You have to sign up, but they don't bug you. http://www.dollclothespatterns.net/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treasureit View Post
    Here is a link to make a HOBO bag for AG dolls...and print real fake money...The money is so cute. You have to sign up, but they don't bug you. http://www.dollclothespatterns.net/
    thanks so much ..the money would be a cute addition to the little purses..

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    Quote Originally Posted by raspberryparade09 View Post
    Your aprons are cute!! Does anyone know of a source for buying American Girl Doll - shoes and accessories - inexpensively? I like to make clothes as gifts for my granddaughters - but would be nice to add shoes and such!!

    Most likely Nancy Ziemen's website is the best source for inexpensive accessories, although I am not sure. Here is the link to over 200 items. http://search.nancysnotions.com/?q=1...39&sp_cs=UTF-8

    I have found patterns in books and McCall's and Simplicity that have patterns and directions for making some shoes and accessories. You just have to look around. Some things I believe those who sew can figure out without a pattern.

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    Very cute....

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    Quote Originally Posted by QandE2010 View Post
    You have been a busy little bee. I love all the items you made for the American Girl. Isn't it ridiculous the price that any of the items are sold for in the American Girl shops?
    I have only seen the catalog prices. Wow soooo expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjhaess View Post
    Very cute....
    Thanks so much....

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    They are cute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raspberryparade09 View Post
    Your aprons are cute!! Does anyone know of a source for buying American Girl Doll - shoes and accessories - inexpensively? I like to make clothes as gifts for my granddaughters - but would be nice to add shoes and such!!
    Someone told me they buy on ebay for accessories

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    Wondered where I might find the best deals on 30's fabrics. These sets work up so well in 30's

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    Absolutely adorable!!! You do nice work.....

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